Last night was my first night in Continuing Beginner level with a new teacher. The teacher is an excellent one. I had heard that before, but needed to experience it myself. The class was a decent size - less than 10 of us which was good because we did veil and needed the room.
I had been told that the next level up was a challenge. That was certainly true of last night. I had one of my klutzy nights where my feet and arms and veil all had trouble keeping up and kept getting tangled
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Updated 09-17-2011 at 09:35 AM by Luna of Cairo
Originally Posted by jesennia
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This is for anyone who teaches veils, (silk) wings, poi/voi, fan veils, etc..
Last night marked my last class in the Beginner level.
For the last two weeks we went over the curriculum to review it, and we were introduced to the veil. It wasn't my first time doing veil since I have done veil work before having been through the curriculum for Beginner level a few times since December 2010. But, it was my first class in which I got to use my very own veil for the first time - two toned in deep blue and purple. (I now own two veils - one is magenta and silver-blue,
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